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by: Jimmy Watkins World-Herald staff writer — Omaha World Herald 12 Oct
This week is personal for Levi Falck. The Husker WR from the Twin Cities suburbs was snubbed by Minnesota as a recruit. Now he and Bryce Benhart, the Huskers' other
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by: JIM POLZIN firstname.lastname@example.org — Wisconsin State Journal 12h
Chez Mellusi and Braelon Allen combined for 289 yards rushing in a game in which the Badgers only needed to pass the ball eight times.
Sacks, kicks, empties and explosives: The numbers that will determine whether NU can mount a post-bye push
by: PARKER GABRIEL Lincoln Journal Star — Journal Star: Husker Extra 17h
Parker Gabriel crunches the numbers that could result in 6, as in the number of wins needed for Nebraska to sneak into a bowl game this season.
by: Josh Helmer — USA Today: Sooners Wire 23h
It appears No. 2 Oklahoma will have redshirt-sophomore defensive lineman Jalen Redmond back for their showdown against the Kansas Jayhawks.
by: Jon Johnston — SB Nation: Corn Nation 23h
This is a pretty mediocre, even terrible day of football.
by: Sam McKewon World-Herald Sports Editor — Omaha World Herald 23 Oct
The first quarter matters in the Scott Frost era. It practically defines his tenure. The Huskers are 3-17 when trailing after 15 minutes, and that fact has Frost looking for
by: STEVEN M. SIPPLE Lincoln Journal Star — Journal Star: Husker Extra 22 Oct
Remember former NU athletic director Shawn Eichorst pushing for the hire of Bob Diaco? That decision turned into a nightmare. Bottom line, Scott Frost has enough headaches without his boss
by: Aaron Lavinsky, Star Tribune — Star Tribune 22 Oct
On Oct. 30, 2020 the Gophers allowed 675 yards and 45 points to the Terrapins, this year they're one of the best units in the nation — ranking 36th in scoring defense.
Taking the @KLINRadio tent down was, uh interesting but feel bad for all the Good Life Halfsy runners after the cancellation. I did thoroughly enjoy holding a Bluetooth speaker that looked like a lantern and blasting 80s movie training montage music and singing along with it.TV / Radio Personality
Kobe Webster along with Trey McGowens and Lat Mayen called the meeting. The #Huskers felt they’d closed last season strong. And infused with new talent, they felt like this year’s team could be “special.” But to do so required common ground. https://t.co/GlKOMceDd2Newspaper / Magazine
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